Jon Marshall is an industrial designer, a partner in Pentagram's London office.
His work covers product design, strategy, packaging and digital experiences.
Prior to joining Pentagram he was co-founder and director of Map Project Office where he created products and experiences for global brands like IBM, Virgin Atlantic and Google as well as startups like Kano, Beeline and BleepBleeps
Jon graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1996 with a Masters degree in Industrial Design and then worked at leading design firms Pentagram and Ross Lovegrove. He joined Barber & Osgerby as Studio Director in 2003 and developed some of the studio’s most iconic furniture and products such as the De La Warr Pavilion Chair, Tab Lamp and the 2012 Olympic Torch before co-founding Map with Barber & Osgerby in 2012.
Jon was listed as one Creative Review’s top 50 creative leaders, 2016. He has served on the jury of numerous design awards including IDSA, Design Week, The Wired Innovation Awards and the Core77 Design Awards. He is a regular speaker at conferences and design events including Slush, PD&I, The Design Museum, Cooper Hewitt Museum, 100% Design and The London Design Festival, Koorius Design Yaatra and Tallin Design Week.